White halibut & wild garlic - that fits
April 15th, 2018 | main dishes
The best thing when buying fish is always to be guided by the display at the fishmonger or on the fish market. We are happy to follow the special recommendations of our fishmonger, and then we are sure to have the best and freshest fish in the pan. But what do you do with the newly purchased fish? At this time of year, a wild garlic and white wine sauce is just the thing!
White halibut with wild garlic and white wine sauce
And this is how the wife of the captain does it
The wild garlic white wine sauce also goes very well with asparagus, then I take the asparagus stock to deglaze the sauce. As a side dish “Bamberger Hörnchen”, an old potato variety, cooked in the shell, are optimal. Lucky who gets this potato variety on his market.
And, by the way, best of all, the sauce goes with fish AND asparagus AND Bamberg potatoes 😉
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